Filed under: PSP
Posted by Allison on October 7, 2005 9:39 AM
is reporting that Symantec Security Response experts have identified the first PSP trojan, Trojan.PSPBrick, which, once installed, will delete PSP system files, then break the PSP. At this point, however, there's little need to worry about your precious PSP, as there are no confirmed infections. Why the story, then? Because Oliver Friedricks, Senior Manager at Symantec Security Response, warns that although there are still no confirmed cases of infection, "this should raise awareness. This is a trend we expect to see increase."
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